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Makeshift Court Convicts Palestinians

A Palestinian military court convening in President Yasser Arafat's besieged headquarters Thursday handed out jail terms to four men for the killing of an Israeli cabinet minister, the Palestinian Authority said.

Cardinal's Proposals Provoke Criticism

American cardinals, their authority battered by child sex scandals, flew home Thursday after crisis talks at the Vatican to try to convince U.S. Roman Catholics to trust them with their children.

CIA: Chinese Military Plans U.S. Cyber Attack

U.S. intelligence officials believe the Chinese military is working to launch widescale cyber attacks on American and Taiwanese computer networks, including Internet-linked military systems considered vulnerable to sabotage, according to a classified CIA report.

Yugoslav Army Commander Surrenders to UN Tribunal

The former commander of the Yugoslav army under Slobodan Milosevic wiped away a tear and solemnly swore he would defend his honor and his innocence before the UN war crimes tribunal.

Astrology Thriving in Myanmar

In a narrow, dimly lit office in central Yangon's Bogyoke Aung San market, Myint Lwin waits for his next customer, a folder full of lunar, solar, and stellar charts on his tatty wooden desk.

AOL Reveals Record $54Bln Q1 Loss

AOL Time Warner Inc., the world's largest Internet and media company, posted a $54.2 billion net loss Wednesday, the largest ever U.S. quarterly net loss, after taking a whopping charge to reflect the decline in the value of its assets.

12 States Join Probe Into Wall Street Firms

New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer said Wednesday that a dozen other states are joining him in an expanded investigation of Wall Street firms' practice of touting stocks of companies that pay them fees.

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